The Victoria African Cultural Society/AfriCaFest productions was founded on October 19, 2012.


African Cultural Week & AfriCa Fest 2018

mai 24, 2018
African Cultural Week & AfriCa Fest 2018

6th Annual African Cultural Week May 25 to June 3 & Africa Fest return to Victoria.

Celebrate Victoria’s 6th annual Africa Fest on Saturday, May 26, 2018 in the Greater Victoria Public Library (downtown) Courtyard from 11am - 5pm.
Hosted by the Victoria African and Caribbean Cultural Society (VACCS) & Pulchérie N. Mboussi, the festival features lively music, dance, exquisite and exotic food, informative sessions, fashion, and much more.
“We're excited that the festival is now in its sixth year. The African continent has over 3,000 distinct cultures and we believe Victoria residents will get a real glimpse into African culture with this festival."
The festival will feature local artists, African music and dance, a fashion show, interactive games and prizes, as well as activities for kids.
Attendees can also look forward to various items on display and for sale, such as cultural artwork, crafts, clothing, music, and African inspired beauty products such as Shea butter. A detailed schedule is provided on our website.
The festival’s special activity is the projection of AMOURA.
AMOURA: BEING A WOMAN IN CAMEROON/ÊTRE FEMME ET CAMEROUNAISE. The screening will be followed by a conversation with
Wanda Jemly: Actor & Frederique Remy: Director.
Saturday May 26th, 2:30 - 5:00 pm
We’re also proud to have the support of local talent such as: Isabel Fitness, Dance with Sabu, Joke Mayers, and DJ Vinnie Bugatti.
The festival is part of the annual African Cultural week, which wraps up on June 2nd with a closing gala at the White Eagle Polish Hall (90 Dock St).
African born Designer will come together and share with you their creations. 
Sunday June 3rd, Close off  African Cultural Week at this fun family oriented afternoon gathering. Come mix, mingle, BBQ, appies, drinks and music! Thank you Imagine Studio Café for hosting the party, and supporting African Cultural Week!
To find out more information about the festival, please visit, or email

To find out more information about the festival, please visit

, or email  

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April - May EVENTS

avril 07, 2018
April - May EVENTS

Monthly African Dinner at Imagine Studio Cafe

  • Imagine Studio Cafe  (map)
Join us for good food, music, dance, and conversations! This is a great way to meet new people and learn about African & Caribbean culture.
3 course dinner ($20)
Small chops: Starting at $3.
*small chops, also known as appetizers, are little finger foods that accompany main meals. Great option if you're not too hungry* 

Wakanda Summer Gala

  • White Eagle Polish Hall (map)
To wrap up the end of the annual AfriCa Fest & African Cultural Week, we're bringing the kingdom of Wakanda to Victoria, BC. Celebrate the beauty of the African continent with great food, music, dance, and fashion. We'll have a few exciting key note speakers, and

June 2nd at 6pm. White Eagle Polish Hall (90 Dock St)

Dress to impress. Cultural attire welcome.

Expect a delicious 3 course African meal.
Student (advance): $20
General Admission (advance): $25
Door: $35

Interested in sponsorship opportunities, visit our website, or email
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Black History Month Community Recognition & Closing Gala

février 22, 2018
Black History Month Community Recognition & Closing Gala

Please join us for a festive night of education, entertainment, food, music, and memorable speakers.

We will be celebrating the 26th Canadian commemoration of Black legacy. To this legacy, we will be adding our 2018 True Role Models. These Role models are Canadians, they live, work, and raise their children in our country and tonight we will honour them. 

Please be advise that we require an elegant attire. 

Tickets: Advance: $30 single|Door: $40 for all Cash Bar...

***ISSAMBA - Afro-Latin Jazz by Noedy, Pablo, Hector and guests
****DJ ROSCO from Vancouver: 9:30 to 12:30

Please bring a friend with you and or, spread the word around you!

AFRICAN HERITAGE MONTH//Black History Month is significant to Black-Canadian history in many ways. This month honors the legacy of Canadians, past and present. The month is also important for providing communities with insight into the experiences of black Canadians.

Our gratitude and respect to the W̱SÁNEĆ, Lekwungen, Songhees & Esquimalt people as we are mindful that this event will be taking place on unceeded territories of these peoples.

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